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> For a large document that I will soon be editing, the authors want the
> word "DRAFT" printed in large gray type at a 45-degree angle on each
> page, with the normal text printed over it. Can any of you tell me how
> to do this? I am using Microsoft Word 5.1a for the Macintosh. I recall
> seeing Postscript commands for doing this, but I don't know what they
> are. Is there an easier way?
Word's "Page Layout Glossary Info" document can be found in the Glossaries
folder. Open the document and read the section at the end titled "Word Under
Text." The instructions are pretty clear.